Volume: 7 - Issue: 1, 4/29/22

Year: 2022

Article

Review

International Journal of Health Services Research and Policy (IJHSRP) serves all those directly involved in or concerned with, health services, health management, hospital administration, health policy and public health. The aim of this journal is to provide a peer-reviewed forum for health researchers and academics from all countries to share and discuss new issues and amendments in health-related problems. International Journal of Health Services Research and Policy welcomes applied researches, case studies, and reviews regarding the scope of the journal.

The scopes include:

Aging and Health
Audiology
Basic Medical Sciences
Child Development
Disability and Health
Environmental Health
Occupational Health
Genetics
Health Sciences
Health Tourism
Healthcare Financing
Healthcare Management and Organization
Healthcare Marketing
Informatics for Healthcare
Medical Sciences (Surgical and Internal)
Midwifery
Nursing
Nutrition &Dietetics
Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation
Speech and Language Therapy
Public Health
Sport Sciences

 

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-All authors must have read and approved the most recent version of the manuscript.
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Subheadings
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Introduction
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Materials and Methods
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Results and Discussion

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Conclusion
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Tables and Figures
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Acknowledgments
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Ethical statement:
Ethics Committee approval number and date is required if the work involves chemicals, procedures, or equipment that have any unusual hazards inherent in their use, or if it involves the use of animal or human subjects. This information should be highlighted both in the Methods section and at the end of the article.
Conflict of interest:
The authors must notify any conflicts of interest.
Authors’ Contributions:
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References

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Data in references should be given in the following forms

-For Journals
Surname, N.N., Surname, N.N., “The full title of the article”, Journal Name, volume and issue, first and last page, year. DOI number.
Kentli, F., Yilmaz, M., “Mathematical modeling of two-axis photovoltaic system with improved efficiency”, Journal of Physical Chemistry, 4(2), 40-43, 2015. Doi:

– For Books
Gumz, W., Gas Producers and Blast Furnaces, John Wiley and Sons Inc., New York, 2008.


– For Chapters
Sinak, Y., Models and Projections of Energy Use in the Soviet Union, in International Energy Economics (Ed. T. Steiner), Chapman and Hall, London, pp. 1-53, 1998.

– For Proceedings (Transactions, Book of abstracts, Proceedings on CD, etc.)
Gabrielsson, J., “Extract-Air Window: a Key to Better Heat Economy in Buildings”, Proceeding of 10th World Energy Conference, Istanbul, Turkey, Vol. 1, 1997, pp. 21-28

– For Thesis
Rowe, V. M., Some Secondary Flow Problems in Fluid Dynamics, Ph. D. thesis, Cambridge University, Cambridge, UK, 1966

– For Reports
Tsuji, Y., Shen, N. Y., Numerical Simulation of Gas-Solid Flows: I – Particle-to-Wall Collision, Report No. 62, Osaka University, Osaka, Japan, 1989

– For literature or data on websites and documents without authors
International Engineering, Science and Education Group, http://www.inesegconferences.org

International Journal of Health Services Research and Policy (IJHSRP) is committed to following the Code of Conduct and Best Practice Guidelines of COPE (Committee on Publication Ethics). It is the duty of our editors to follow Cope Guidance for Editors and our peer-reviewers must follow COPE with Ethical Guidelines for Peer Reviewers. (http://publicationethics.org/resources/code-conduct)

Please note that submitted manuscripts may be subject to checks using the iThenticate service, in conjunction with CrossCheck, in order to detect instances of overlapping and similar text.

The iThenticate software checks submissions against millions of published research papers, documents on the web, and other relevant sources. If plagiarism or misconduct is found, consequences are detailed in the policy.

We expect all authors to read and understand our ethics policy before submitting it to our journal. This is in accordance with our commitment to the prevention of ethical misconduct, which we recognize to be a growing problem in academic and professional publications. It is important to note that most incidents of plagiarism, redundant publication, copyright infringement or similar occur because of a lack of understanding, and not through fraudulent intent. Our policy is one of prevention and not persecution.

Authors’ Responsibilities

Authors should:
Ensure that all researched work submitted is original, fully referenced and that all authors are represented accurately. The submission must be exclusive and not under consideration elsewhere.

Provide accurate contact details for a designated corresponding author, who shall be deemed by the publisher and editor as fully responsible for the authorship of the paper and all communications concerning the ethical status and originality of the paper. This includes any queries or investigations that may arise, pre-or post-publication.

Expect to formally agree with publication terms that define the author and the publisher's rights for the work. Visit our website for further information and fulfill the Copyright Declaration Form.

Expect the editor to scan submissions using plagiarism detection software at iThenticate to check a paper's originality before sending out for review.

The articles should include a statement about the compliance of Research and Publication Ethics.

Hazards and human or animal subjects: Ethics Committee approval number and date is required if the work involves chemicals, procedures, or equipment that have any unusual hazards inherent in their use, or if it involves the use of animal or human subjects. This information should be highlighted both in the Methods section and at the end of the article.

If the study requires the use of human and animal subjects, it should be declared that the study was carried out in accordance with the international declaration, guidance, etc. (Such as the Helsinki Declaration).

iThenticate Plagiarism Resources: http://www.ithenticate.com/resources/6-consequences-of-plagiarism

Fully correspond and comply with the editor and publisher in any requests for source data, proof of authorship, or originality in a timely manner, providing a reasonable explanation for discrepancies or failures to disclose vital information.

Fully co-operate with any consequent investigations if the editor and/or publisher are dissatisfied with the evidence available or the explanations provided.

Expect transparency, efficiency, and respect from the publisher and the editor during the submissions process.

Remain in good communication with both the publisher and the editor.

Co-operate fully with the publication of errata and with the retraction of articles found to be unethical, misleading, or damaging.

Remain in good communication with the editor(s), the publisher, and any co-authors.

Editors’ Responsibilities

Editors should:

Read and understand COPE guidelines as well as IJHSRP's ethics policy, and follow them during all editorial processes. https://publicationethics.org/resources/guidelines-new/short-guide-ethical-editing-new-editors

Protect the reputation of their journal(s) and published work by only publishing content of the highest quality and relevance in a timely and responsible manner.

Carry out the thorough, objective, and confidential peer review for original article submissions that pass the initial quality check and editorial assessment, in adherence with COPE guidelines and IJHSRP's ethics policy.

The detail and justify any article types which will not be peer-reviewed (e.g. editorials, opinion pieces, etc.).

Provide a transparent review and publication process as far as is possible, with full respect and care paid to the author(s).

Provide advice and give reasonable explanations and updates to authors during the submissions process and once a decision has been made.

Allow authors the right to appeal any editorial decision.

Only accept papers based on the original merit, quality, and relevance of their content.

Support authors in queries concerning the originality of their submissions and request the support of IJHSRP if necessary.

Remain in good communication with both the publisher and the author(s).

Reviewers’ Responsibilities

Reviewers should:

Adhere to IJHSRP’s policy of confidential peer review of their journals. This includes, but is not restricted to, keeping their identity hidden from authors and not externally distributing any work that is passed to them for their eyes only.

Only accept invitations to review work that is relevant to their own expertise and specialty.

Review submitted work in a responsible, impartial, and timely manner.

Report any suspected ethical misconduct as part of a thorough and honest review of the work.

Avoid the use of unnecessarily inflammatory or offensive language in their appraisal of the work.

Accept the commitment to review future versions of the work and provide 'follow up’ advice to the editor(s), if requested.

Seek advice from the editor if anything is unclear at the time of invitation.

Remain in good communication with both the publisher and the editor.

IJHSRP’s Responsibilities

IJHSRP will:

Protect the reputation of our journal and published work by only publishing content of the highest quality and relevance in a timely and responsible manner.

Provide detailed information concerning both our understanding of publication ethics and our implementation of the same. Emphasize a desire for prevention, not eventual detection, of ethical misconduct.

Uphold our COPE membership (or of such similar organizations) and keep our editorial offices, publishing staff, and society partners up-to-date with their guidelines and policies, adapting our own where appropriate (and publicizing any update).

When necessary, request proof of originality/accuracy from the corresponding author of any work submitted to any of our journals.

Use plagiarism detection software when necessary for any submission to any journal at any stage of the submissions and publication process.

Provide a transparent submission and publication process, with full respect and care paid to the author. This includes detailed and dedicated instructions to authors for each journal, outlining referencing style, accepted article types, and submission processes.

Investigate thoroughly any suggestion of ethical misconduct detected during any stage of the submissions process. This can include but is not restricted to, the following: plagiarism, redundant publication, fabrication or misuse of data, and authorial disputes.

When necessary, retract articles that we deem to be unethical, misleading, or damaging.

When necessary, publish errata, corrigenda, and retractions in a timely and responsible fashion, detailing the decision online in an open access format and publishing in print as soon as possible.

Remain in good communication with editors, authors, reviewers, and society partners (where applicable).

Further reading

Authorship of the Paper: Authorship should be limited to those who have made a significant contribution to the conception, design, execution, or interpretation of the reported study.

Originality and plagiarism: The authors should ensure that they have written entirely original works, and if the authors have used the work and/or words of others that this has been appropriately cited or quoted.

Data access and retention: Authors may be asked to provide the raw data in connection with a paper for editorial review, and should be prepared to provide public access to such data.

Multiple, redundant, or concurrent publication: An author should not, in general, publish manuscripts describing essentially the same research in more than one journal or primary publication. IJHSRP does not view the following uses of a work as prior publication: publication in the form of an abstract; publication as an academic thesis; publication as an electronic preprint.

Disclosure and conflicts of interest: All submissions must include disclosure of all relationships that could be viewed as presenting a potential conflict of interest. The authors must notify the Editors of any conflicts of interest.

Authors’ Contributions:
All Authors mentioned in the paper must have significantly contributed to the research. The level of their contribution also must be defined at the end of the article.

Fundamental errors in published works: When an author discovers a significant error or inaccuracy in his/her own published work, it is the author’s obligation to promptly notify the journal editor or publisher and cooperate with the editor to retract or correct the paper.

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